Declared entities and Non-Commercial Operations with Complex Motor-Powered Aircraft
If no deal is agreed between the EU and the UK, declared entities and non-commercial operations with complex motor-powered aircraft might need to take action. Actions required would depend on individual circumstances and are a matter for each entity to consider. This page sets what you need to consider to prepare for such an eventuality.
All declarations made prior to EU exit on 29 March 2019 would continue to be recognised by the UK within the scope of their activities.
Under the EU’s current, publicly declared position, UK CAA declarations would no longer be recognised by EU member states; however, they would retain validity under UK law.
Entities with a UK declaration seeking to conduct activities within the scope of their declarations in an EU member state should contact EASA or the appropriate competent authority as soon as possible to understand the requirements of that specific state.